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Nara­coorte Caves, Ade­laide Gaol named as final­ists in SA Tourism Awards

From the dark his­to­ry of con­vict­ed felons to giant mar­su­pi­als that once roamed South Aus­tralia, two unique Nation­al Parks and Wildlife Ser­vice (NPWS) sites have been named as final­ists in the 2022 South Aus­tralian Tourism Awards.


Aussie Bird Count takes flight dur­ing Nation­al Bird Week

From willie wag­tails on the front lawn to mag­pie larks in the gumtree, this week South Aus­tralians are being encour­aged to take part in the Aussie Bird Count.


Michelle Hock­ing named new GM of Cle­land Wildlife Park

An expe­ri­enced senior busi­ness and mar­ket­ing pro­fes­sion­al has been appoint­ed to help pro­mote one of South Australia’s major attrac­tions as a lead­ing nature-based tourism precinct.


Parks staff award­ed Nation­al Emer­gency Medals for Black Sum­mer efforts

Fire brigade staff from Nation­al Parks and Wildlife Ser­vice CFS on the Lime­stone Coast were recent­ly recog­nised for their stel­lar efforts dur­ing the 2019 – 20 Aus­tralian Black Sum­mer bushfires.


Record vis­i­tor num­bers at Nara­coorte, Tan­ta­noola caves as tourists flock to South East SA

Vis­i­tor num­bers have risen to record lev­els at nation­al parks in the state’s South East, includ­ing at South Australia’s only World Her­itage-list­ed site, the Nara­coorte Caves.